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Robert Randolph [and the Family Band] Live at Music Farm on 2003-03-14

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Robert Randolph [and the Family Band] Live at Music Farm on 2003-03-14


Topics Live concert


Disc One
01 Amazing Grace >
02 Squeeze >
03 I Get Joy
04 Shake Your Hips
05 Problems
06 Nobody >
07 Run For Your Life

Disc Two
01 Devil in Disguise (Watch Out For) >
02 Purple Haze >
03 Devil in Disguise >
04 We Want the Funk >
05 ThankYouFaLettinMeBeMiceElf
06 Get On the Floor >
07 Ride Me High >
08 Calypso > More Love
Encores
09 Don't Worry, Be Happy
10 Why Must I Be Lonely >
11 Isn't She Lovely


Collection RobertRandolphandtheFamilyBand
Band/Artist Robert Randolph [and the Family Band]
Venue Music Farm
Location Charleston, SC

Source AKG 483 (DIN @ 7.5') > Denecke ps-2 > Oade mod-sbm-1 > DA-P1 @ 44.1 kHz
Lineage Sony 59ES > Monster s/pdif > Audiophile 2496 > Wave Lab 4.0 > CDWave > mkwACTv.97b (seek tables appended)
Taped by Wade Cooper / Hampton West
Transferred by Wade Cooper

Notes

Notes: All of Disc One, and Tracks 1-5 of D2 from the AKG 483's; Tracks 6-11 of Disc Two from Neumann km184 (DIN @ 9') > mod-UA5 (Hampton West)

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Reviews

Reviewer: waxpancakes - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - July 29, 2013
Subject: Press On
May be worth noting that D2T8 is Press On, sort of over the Calypso beat. Much more the former than the latter though.
Reviewer: BUMPA - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 21, 2005
Subject: Absolutely Amazing!
You just gotta hear Bob Randolph's version of "Purple Haze!" He got everybody ROCKIN'!
Reviewer: gkubrick - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - August 2, 2004
Subject: Correction
On Disc 2 "Why Must I Be Lonely" is actually entitled "Why Should I Feel Lonely" RR says so at beginning of track. This is a great band and they tear it up! Sounds very clear.
Reviewer: Triggin - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - June 15, 2004
Subject: Great show!
Hi All, im not going to say nothing that hasn't already been said. This show rocks!!!! very high energy and at a great small venue. I have seen G Love at this venue and it really is pretty small. This show has great sound quality. 5 Stars
Reviewer: guitar9999us - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - April 24, 2004
Subject: Crazzzzy!!!
RRFB Is the craziest lap steel band I have ever heard well matter of fact the only lap steel guitarist II ever heard THAT CRAZY!!!!!!
Reviewer: GURT - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 27, 2004
Subject: word
RHCP "Can't Stop" tease during Thank You :D
Reviewer: RaiderDav - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 24, 2004
Subject: Remarkable
This guy is just amazing. His performance on the Grammys doesn't compare to what you'll see at any of their live shows. Just plain awesome. This show is great sound quality.
Reviewer: schutt - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - December 5, 2003
Subject: Great recording
This is a very good recording of a very good artist. The sound is amazing.
Reviewer: Johnny P. - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - April 17, 2003
Subject: LITTLE FYI
"Ride Me High" Is a JJ Cale song (that WSP likes to COVER)

And Robert Randolph and the Family Band is Amazing both times I have seen them!! WOW
Reviewer: Jonathan D. - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - March 26, 2003
Subject: He really does love everyone
Just as the other reviewer said, it's a real high energy show. Check out the "Joyful Sounds" tease (from The Word, not SCI) during "Squeeze" and the out of nowhere jam of Panic's "Ride Me High." Sweet junior, real sweet.
Reviewer: dwm1075 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - March 25, 2003
Subject: RRFB at the Farm
Incredible, high-energy show at one of the best small venues around.
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